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June 16, 2013 at 6:53 PM

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Show and Shine Car Show


BETTINA HANSEN / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Inaya Guidry, 11, sits in her dad Jaison Johnson's (right) 1974 Caprice Classic during the Show and Shine car show at Festival Sundiata at the Seattle Center on Father's Day Sunday June 16, 2013. Festival Sundiata, a free event celebrating African and African-American arts and culture, is in its 33rd year.

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Some of the cars matched the crazy colors of the Gehry-designed EMP Museum.

BETTINA HANSEN / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Rio "The Rocket" Valdez, 7, of Seattle reads in the back of his father Frank Valdez Jr.'s 1962 Chevy Impala SuperSport during the Show and Shine car show at Festival Sundiata at the Seattle Center on Father's Day Sunday June 16, 2013. Frank Jr. bought the car for his father, Frank Sr., before he passed away in 2008. It resembled a car he loved from long ago, and he was able to drive it before he passed away. "He even parked it on the lawn like a new car," said Frank Jr., recalling how proud his father was to have it.

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Johnny Delgado, center, of Everett, walks his grandchildren Adrian, left, 2, and five-year-old twins Adriana and Alicia, far right, around during the Show and Shine car show.

BETTINA HANSEN / THE SEATTLE TIMES

The Show and Shine car show sparkles under the Space Needle.

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